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MLA

Morris, Isaac. A Narrative of the Dangers and Distresses Which Befel Isaac Morris: and Seven More of the Crew, Belonging to The Wager Store-ship, Which Attended Commodore Anson, In His Voyage to the South Sea: Containing An Account of Their Adventures, After They Were Left by Bulkeley and Cummins, On an Uninhabited Part of Patagonia, In South America; Where They Remained About Fifteen Months, 'till They Were Seized by a Party of Indians, and Carried Above a Thousand Miles Into the Inland Country, with Whom They Resided Upwards of Sixteen Months: After Which They Were Carried to Buenos-ayres, and Ransomed by the Governor, Who Sent Them On Board the Asia, a Spanish Man of War, and Confined Them There Above Thirteen Months; When the Asia Sailed for Europe. Interspersed with a Description of the Manners and Customs of the Indians In That Part of the World, Particularly Their Manner of Taking the Wild Horses In Hunting, As Seen by the Author Himself. The Whole Serving As a Supplement to Mr. Bulkeley's Journal, Campbell's Narrative, and Ld. Anson's Doyage. By I. Morris, Late Midshipman of the Wager. London: printed for S. Birt, at the Bible and Ball, in Ave-Mary-Lane; and sold by A. Tozer, Bookseller, in Exeter, 1750.

APA

Morris, I. (1750). A narrative of the dangers and distresses which befel Isaac Morris: and seven more of the crew, belonging to The Wager store-ship, which attended Commodore Anson, in his voyage to the South Sea: Containing An Account of their Adventures, after they were left by Bulkeley and Cummins, on an uninhabited Part of Patagonia, in South America; where they remained about Fifteen Months, 'till they were seized by a Party of Indians, and carried above a Thousand Miles into the Inland Country, with whom they resided upwards of Sixteen Months: After which they were carried to Buenos-Ayres, and ransomed by the Governor, who sent them on board the Asia, a Spanish Man of War, and confined them there above Thirteen Months; when the Asia sailed for Europe. Interspersed with a Description of the Manners and Customs of the Indians in that Part of the World, particularly their Manner of taking the Wild Horses in Hunting, as seen by the Author himself. The Whole Serving as a Supplement to Mr. Bulkeley's Journal, Campbell's Narrative, and Ld. Anson's Doyage. By I. Morris, late Midshipman of the Wager. London: printed for S. Birt, at the Bible and Ball, in Ave-Mary-Lane; and sold by A. Tozer, Bookseller, in Exeter.

Chicago

Morris, Isaac. A Narrative of the Dangers and Distresses Which Befel Isaac Morris: And Seven More of the Crew, Belonging to The Wager Store-Ship, Which Attended Commodore Anson, In His Voyage to the South Sea: Containing An Account of Their Adventures, After They Were Left by Bulkeley and Cummins, On an Uninhabited Part of Patagonia, In South America; Where They Remained about Fifteen Months, 'till They Were Seized by a Party of Indians, and Carried Above a Thousand Miles Into the Inland Country, with Whom They Resided Upwards of Sixteen Months: After Which They Were Carried to Buenos-Ayres, and Ransomed by the Governor, Who Sent Them On Board the Asia, a Spanish Man of War, and Confined Them There Above Thirteen Months; When the Asia Sailed for Europe. Interspersed with a Description of the Manners and Customs of the Indians In That Part of the World, Particularly Their Manner of Taking the Wild Horses In Hunting, As Seen by the Author Himself. The Whole Serving As a Supplement to Mr. Bulkeley's Journal, Campbell's Narrative, and Ld. Anson's Doyage. By I. Morris, Late Midshipman of the Wager.. London: printed for S. Birt, at the Bible and Ball, in Ave-Mary-Lane; and sold by A. Tozer, Bookseller, in Exeter, 1750.